PLEASE READ NEW RESOURCE

Basidium basidium at aol.com
Tue Jan 14 11:34:01 EST 1997


polyphaga at aol.com posted:

"If you have an interest in any of the natural sciences keep reading... I
am creating a web page that will be a database of people like yourself. 
When the page is completed or at least up to speed you will be able to
look for others with similiar fields of study and have a link to e-mail
them directly.  If you would like to be part of this please send me your
name, location, field or fields of interest, and your e-mail address.  I
encourage both proffesionals students, amatuers and hobbiests to become
part of this."

This resource is already available, at least for mycology and mycophiles
(http://www.keil.ukans.edu/%7Efungi/fdirect.html). I presume that via the
WWW Virtual Library, one can find similar directories for many other areas
of biology/natural history. Have you looked at the WWW Virtual Library
page (http://www.colostate.edu/Depts/Entomology/WWWVL-Entomology.html)?

David W. Fischer
http://members.aol.com/xerula/xprt.html
Coauthor, "Edible Wild Mushrooms of North America" and "Mushrooms of Northeastern North America"



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